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Océ Best Design Competition for Autodesk University Winners at Autodesk University 2007

Friday, November 30, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

November 29, 2007, Las Vegas, NV- Océ, a global leader in digital document management and delivery systems, today announced the winners of their, "Océ Best Design Competition for Autodesk University" at Océ's booth, #424, during Autodesk University 2007 Nov. 27-30 in Las Vegas, NV. Winners were selected from a pool of qualified entrants who submitted designs via Océ's website in the categories of AEC (architecture/engineering/construction), Manufacturing, Geospatial and Plant from Oct. 8 - Nov. 9. The winners represent the most visually impressive designs in each category - all of which were output on an Océ TCS500, the world's fastest large format color inkjet print/copy/scan system for CAD and GIS applications.
"The selection process for this contest was not easy. We were truly impressed by the outstanding quality and striking details of all of the entries," said Sal Sheikh, Vice President, Marketing, Océ Wide Format Printing Systems division of Océ North America. "The winning designs showcase the talent of the entrants and the exceptional print quality delivered by the Océ TCS500."
Océ, a Sliver Sponsor at Autodesk University 2007 and long time member of the Autodesk Developer Network, congratulates the competition winners- listed below by category:
AEC: Jeff Hanson using Autodesk Revit 9 software to design a private residence in Denver, CO
Manufacturing: James Teske using Autodesk Inventor Pro 2008 software to design an off-road seismic vehicle
Geospatial: Yvonne Stillman using AutoCAD LDT 2006 software for a slope analysis in Lebec, CA
Plant: David Gaskill using Autodesk Inventor 2008 software to design a waste water treatment plant in Hawaii
A panel of representatives from Océ and Autodesk Users Group International (AUGI) judged the designs online based on the following criteria: Quality, Creativity, Composition, Technique and Relevance to Category. In recognition of their remarkable designs, Océ provided each winning entrant with $300 gift card from a national electronics retailer. Autodesk University attendees can view the winning designs at the Océ booth, #424, during the show; Océ will also post the winners at www.oceusa.com/AU2007contest.

 

 

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